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AMG Consultancy Services Ltd:  Gender Pay Reporting – March 2019

Mean Gender Pay Gap:                                   -3.24%

Median Gender Pay Gap:                                -0.45%

Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap:                        83.15%

Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap:                     -37.94%

Proportion of Males receiving a Bonus:         11.76%

Proportion of Females receiving a Bonus:      13.19%

                                                                        Males              Females

Proportion in the Lower Quartile:                  12.96%                        87.04%

Proportion in the Lower Middle Quartile:      11.69%                        88.31%

Proportion in the Upper Middle Quartile:     14.11%                        85.89%

Proportion in the Upper Quartile:                  9.27%              90.73%

AMG Consultancy Services Ltd is primarily a Nursing & Care Agency and as expected within the sector is highly female dominated.  However, AMG is proud to say that this trend does not just exist within our care staff but throughout the organisation in all levels of management.  This can be seen in our proportion of males and females within each quartile as the %’s are roughly the same throughout. 

AMG utilise an organisational Pay Rate system which covers all of our branches.  Last year we reported that we felt we recruited males ever so slightly better in geographical areas where enhanced rates of pay existed.  Over the last 12 months opportunities have presented themselves in new geographical areas resulting in new enhanced pay rates.  However, we have not found the same increased levels of males recruited in these areas which may be due to outside factors such as unemployment levels or the average pay of other sectors in the region.  The result is a change to the proportion of males within the Upper Quartile and our Median Gender Pay Gap.

As stated above AMG is proud of the fact that females dominate all levels of management and as such a higher proportion of females are in position to receive a bonus.  However, the position attached to the largest bonus payment is currently occupied by a male incumbent.  This is the reason for the Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap and therefore we do not feel that this is a gender issue.

Kind Regards

Garrett Taylor    – Managing Director